Posts tagged with: University of Maryland

NIST Hyper-speed Light Switch May Help Realize Quantum Computing with Photons

NIST Hyper-speed Light Switch May Help Realize Quantum Computing with Photons What a Switch! NIST-Led Team Develops Tiny Low-Energy Device to Rapidly Reroute Light in Computer Chips Full release… Artist’s...

‘Re-entrant Superconductivity’ in Uranium Ditelluride Promising for Use in Quantum Computers

‘Re-entrant Superconductivity’ in Uranium Ditelluride Promising for Use in Quantum Computers Rare ‘Lazarus superconductivity’ observed in promising, rediscovered material In brief… +  Once dismissed by physicists for its apparent lack...

Tough Errors Are No Match: Optimizing the Quantum Compiler for Noise Resilience

Tough Errors Are no Match: Optimizing the Quantum Compiler for Noise Resilience Tough Errors Are No Match for APL Team Exploring Quantum Science Full release… The Johns Hopkins University Applied...

Silicon of the Quantum Information Age

Silicon of the Quantum Information Age Newfound Superconductor Material Could Be the ‘Silicon of Quantum Computers’ Full release… A potentially useful material for building quantum computers has been unearthed at...

Joint Quantum Institute Researchers Delve into Klein Tunneling: Electrons Transiting Unimpeded Through Barriers

Joint Quantum Institute Researchers Delve into Klein Tunneling: Electrons Transiting Unimpeded Through Barriers Perfect quantum portal emerges at exotic interface Excerpts and salient points ~ +  Researchers at the University...

Packets of Energy; Subtractable, Indivisible

Teams at the University of Southern Denmark, Arhaus University, and the University of Maryland’s Joint Quantum Institute have demonstrated the ability to subtract a photon of light from a laser...